The hybrid Solar Eclipse of 10/03/1986

eclipse
Maximum central duration:-
Maximum width of path:1 km
Saros cycle:124
Coverage:100 %
Magnitude:1
Gamma:0.9931

Statistics

Solar Eclipse of 10/03/1986

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Observers:13
Success rate:61.5%

The hybrid solar eclipse of 10/03/1986 was reported to be seen from 3 different countries:

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Eclipse typeWeather

List of Eclipse Chasers

ObserverTypeLocationmax. coverageTime in moon shadowTime in central shadowWeather
Michael Hutchinson4258partialUnited States
40.18°, -105.13°
1546m
12.9%1h 45m 42s-
Paul Jones6502partialUnited States
35.55°, -98.57°
495m
15.9%1h 54m 14s-
Paul D. Maley3515partialUnited States
29.54°, -95.22°
16m
13%1h 48m 36s-
Dan McGlaun4592partialUnited States
39.77°, -86.16°
222m
42.6%2h 21m 59s-
Bill Kramer2777partialUnited States
40.11°, -83.13°
276m
47.9%2h 24m 17s-
Phillip Creed3071partialUnited States
40.89°, -81.52°
335m
51.5%2h 25m 23s-
Mike Reynolds7138partialUnited States
30.27°, -81.39°
4m
36.4%2h 17m 6s-
Chris Malicki3473partialUnited States
43°, -79°
181m
58%2h 26m 34s-
Adam Patterson5710partialUnited States
38.99°, -77.39°
112m
55.2%2h 25m 55s-
Fred Espenak1525partialUnited States
38.98°, -76.72°
39m
56.2%2h 26m-
Pierre Arpin4693partialCanada
45.53°, -73.53°
14m
68.3%2h 26m 40s-
Jay Friedland7090partialUnited States
42.35°, -71.11°
9m
67.9%2h 26m 17s-
Glenn Schneider4365partialGreenland
59.38°, -39.63°
10000m
99.5%2h 8m 38s5s